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Apr 28, 2013 9:00am PDT
. president clinton, president bush, barack obama have always supported an integrated russia. where we've diverged is the methods they use. sometimes very savage to put down that rebellion. >> so how do you -- it's just amazing to me to be talking about exchanging intelligence information with vladimir putin. when you think putin used to -- i still think kgb and i don't have a great warm feeling about the kgb. so how do you go about assessing information from a country whom in earlier years was really a sworn enemy? >> well, we faced this issue with a lot of countries where we may not agree on methods, we may not agree on political objectives, but there are areas we do have agreement like terrorism. we have shared information wtd with the chinese when it relates to extremists who may be hostile to china and the u.s. pakistan is not a model state that we share information. you have to be careful in how you share and what you share, but it's a mistake to turn our backs on countries we don't always agree with when they may have a commonality in the interest of saving lives. >> let me s
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